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As an avid textile aficionado, she believes that creative fabrics can change the design landscape in profound ways.
in the United States and contributing reporter to the magazines View on Colour, Textile View and Viewpoint.
Waxman’s insatiable curiosity and discerning eye for the avant-garde has inspired Edelkoort and her team for decades.
The exhibit is part of an initiative to discuss textiles, highlighting the importance of creativity and education at a time when the global market has put many textile mills in danger of disappearing.
Lidewij explains that "Talking Textiles" will expand our perception of where textiles can take us: “After a reaction to the increasingly digital landscape of our lives, a craving for tactility and dimension has led several designers to reconsider the role of fabrics once more.